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Old 18 June 2012, 07:08   #47
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Originally Posted by PeterK View Post
Atm, I can only see two things, which you should change:

Please, remove icon and workbench from this line, because they don't belong to the DEVS:AmigaOS ROM UPDATE.
Done.

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Originally Posted by PeterK
Second change: You are using two lines: Stack 4096, but no MinStack or StackAttack instruction. A stack of 4000 is the system default anyway, and two Stack instructions with the same argument won't make much sense.

But much more important, the Stack instruction has only an effect on the commands in your startup-sequence and will not prevent stack overflows after booting has finished. The default stack of 4000 is much too low for programs, tools and libraries. Please, insert a line with MinStack 10000 after SetPatch.
OK I have changed this, removed the stack-lines and put "MinStack 10000" right after Setpatch.

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And please delete 46.4.233, it was buggy !
Done!

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It would also be nice, if you could check the attributes of your memory chunks. Is the FastMem PUBLIC, which priority has it, and which priority has the ChipMem ? You can use SysInfo or similar tools like ShowConfig.
Checked with Scout, Sysinfo and Showconfig.
FastMem starts at $78000000 and hasn't got any in-name/node. Scout says <none> in Memory/in-name column and Sysinfo displays plain empty. ShowConfig does display "FAST" so it's recognised. FastMem has priority of 40.

ChipMem is flagged as "chip memory" by both Scout/SysInfo and has priority of -10.

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Maybe, this could help in case that the workbench.prefs are broken? Delete the workbench.prefs from ENVARC:sys and from ENV:sys and then use Sys:Prefs/Workbench, set the memory type to "other memory" and save it. Remove the WBCtrl IMT=IconFast from the startup-sequence and reboot (Hardware Reset).
Tried this, no help...

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Btw, what happens if you execute IconsToFastMem from a shell after booting ?
And, what happens with the original icon.library 45.1 ?
What are your PicassoVS settings ?
IconsToFastMem seems to do nothing for me, memory runs out even if it is ran.
Original 45.1 icon.library works like it should - fastram is used. Although it's slower than 46.4.228
I attached my P96-variable settings as file.
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